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Best tires for grass dragging ??

Just wondering if anyone has any experience in grass drags. Not necessarily with the 700XX just in general.

Curious what tires r the best, how much pressure, what size tire?

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turns out its on clay. any thoughts?

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Studs haha. I run the rzr 2s when I do the drags at the county fairs and what not. Lower the air pressure. If you want a good answer, talk to Eric at EHS. That is what he mainly does is drags. I don't know what kind of tracks they use down there, but he is originaly from upstate NY so he may know what to use up around here.

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Clay hard packed and dry , Tri tracs or Hoosiers. If it was the 700xx then Carlisle turf trek ? Can't remember the name but I have a pair ,just incase.

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if its hard pack clay then hoosiers will work well but it needs to be hard like a aspalt track

4snows work well in looser clay medium packed

on grass im not sure but if you stud anything the first few passes it will hook like a mofo until grass is gone which only takes a few passes but those couple it will be a strong sob

if its a hard mix i would try getting skat track terrian trak with some studs not real cheap but think they will work well

medium-soft stuff probably a 4 snow for most general apps until you start stepping up to a paddle tire then there is a lot of factors that come into play its hard to beat a set of 4 snow they are under $250 shipped used almost always and work well most my paddle tires start at $750 and go up to $1200 a pair and you have to have 4-5 sets


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